Edward A. Dayhoff
1949 - 2020
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Edward A. Dayhoff

Edward A. Dayhoff , 71, passed peacefully on May 15th, 2020 at the Hanover Hospital.

Ed was born in York, Pa, on January 21st, 1949. He graduated from William Penn Sr High School in 1967. After high school, Ed enlisted in the Army, where he served as a courier in the Vietnam War.

While Ed was a private man, he loved to joke around and always had a smile on his face. He also enjoyed coaching and refereeing youth sports in the York area.

Ed, also known as "Little Pap" is survived by son Erik Dayhoff, his wife Nata, and their son Ayden of Montana, granddaughter Kara Noel of York and his sister Rose L. Dayhoff of York. He is also survived by many loving cousins, family and friends.

Ed is proceeded in death by his parents Charles and Josephine Dayhoff.

Ed's final act of kindness, was to give the gift of life through organ donation.

He will be laid to his final resting place with a Christian service and burial at Fort Indian Town Gap, time and date are to be determined.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Roots for Boots, as they graciously cared for Ed until his passing.




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Published in York Daily Record from May 19 to May 20, 2020.
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May 23, 2020
To the family of Ed Dayhoff my deepers sympathy , am from Ghana (Africa) and he was a close friend, we've known each other for a year and half now, but he was a great adviser, makes you laugh always etc. was trying to reach out to him then I Google and just found this, heartbroken may he rest well *Til we meet again Bestie*
Qahhar Abdul
May 22, 2020
To the family of Ed Dayhoff - from his friends at NAPA Auto Parts in York, we offer our deepest sympathies. Ed certainly was fun to have around and very thoughtful. May God's strength and peace be with all of you as you grieve.
Bob Arvin
May 21, 2020
I am very sorry for your lose. Eddy was a good friend off mine in high school he always made me laugh and we had many good talks about the crazy world we lived in .He will always be in our hearts.
martin beck
May 20, 2020
Rose, I am so sorry to read of Ed's passing. I will always remember the fun times we had when we were in school and at your home. Thoughts and prayers to all.
Pamela (Dick) List
Pam List
May 20, 2020
Played football with Ed and went to school with him.
Good guy. Still have a picture from Hannah Penn.
Jon Yinger
May 20, 2020
Great guy. Played football with Ed.
Still have the picture of us at Hannah Penn.
Jon Yinger
May 20, 2020
Ed, was my first partner when we started referring basketball together, I had lots of good times on the court with him. He was a great guy.
RIP my friend
John Brown
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